As deportations and roundups begin under Trump, Erika Andiola, a DREAMer who worked for Bernie Sanders during the presidential campaign, has turned her attention to her mother’s immigration check-in in three months. She hopes she won’t be alone.
Hours before Flynn announced his resignation as national security adviser, allies to Vice President Pence were cheering that prospect on. It was frankly “unclear,” an ally said, if “Flynn has his trust.”
The retired general has for days been at the center of controversy about what he said to a Russian ambassador — and whether he lied to Vice President Pence about it.
“This is going to be a reality for many people in this country because of President Trump.”
Trump has trained his eye on a Bannon racing to implement his vision for economic nationalism, as his media profile continues to rise. But is Bannon flying too close to the sun?
On three days last week, White House officials briefed reporters ahead of executive orders — rather than after the fact.
A weekend of chaos reveals who’s in charge.
“Trump’s directives mark the start of his mass-deportation crusade,” one advocate warned.
Sean Spicer on Monday was smiling with jokes at the ready — but made clear the administration will fight the press when they disagree with reporting.
A coalition of groups representing Latinas will announce their plans to join Saturday’s march, where they say they fight for certain policies like closing the Latina pay gap.
A six-figure ad buy set to hit Univision and Telemundo networks on Tuesdays seeks to assure Hispanics that the Republican’s “repeal and replace” plan will go just fine.
The bipartisan heads of major Hispanic organizations met with Trump officials to talk about the lack of a Latino in the cabinet thus far, anti-immigrant rhetoric, and working together where there is policy agreement.
The election day newsroom went from bursting with energy to a “morgue” — then the tough conversations began. “The network chose and Jorge [Ramos] himself chose to be Trump’s main antagonist.”
US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce president Javier Palomarez spent much of the 2016 campaign taking shots at Trump. But he’s changed his tune. “I’m very enthused and encouraged by the progress thus far.”
In a December letter to 111 lawmakers, Jeh Johnson says he shares concerns over what could happen with the personal information of 750,000 young immigrant DACA recipients.
On the heels of a New York Democrat unveiling the TRUMP Act, two California state senators also want to force Trump to release his taxes if he wants to be on the state ballots.
It’s been 144 days since the president-elect has held a press conference.
Hispanic Republicans are split on whether it matters, and while Trump is said to not be too concerned with the race or ethnicity of his picks, allies say diversity is important to him.
State senator Brad Hoylman’s bill would prohibit the state’s electors from voting for a presidential candidate who had not released five years of tax returns to be made public by the New York State Board of Elections